Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2019

Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2019

The 2019 Child Inclusive Practice (CIP) Forum Rebuilding, Restoration and Renovation, acknowledges family breakdown is not a finite concept. Reflecting this our speakers will cover wide ranging topics to enrich the practice of Child and Family Therapists, Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners, Family Law and Childhood Specialists.

The CIP Forum will be held 3-5 June 2019, at DoubleTree by Hilton Esplanade Darwin, Northern Territory.

Call for abstracts has been extended to Monday 3 December 2018. Apply now!

 

Call for Abstracts open now

This year’s Child Inclusive Practice Forum theme ‘Rebuilding, Restoration and Renovation’ acknowledges family breakdown is not a finite concept.  The relationships within a family going through separation and post separation – between parents, between parents and children, between the children themselves, will morph and change over time.  Child Inclusive Practice is the foundation for working with families during separation to ensure that children’s views and opinions are actively heard and considered.  It is intended that the Forum program will deliver an abundance of ideas and practical skills that practitioners can add to their existing ‘toolkit’.

The Forum committee invites abstracts for paper presentations from all professional domains that promote child consultation and centrally incorporate the experience of the child in their practice.  A limited number of concurrent paper presentations will be offered for a 30 or 60 minute verbal presentation (including question time).  Please consider the theme and select one of the following streams for your abstract.

Practice Developments:

  • First 1000 days
  • Cross cultural applications
  • Innovations in Child Focused Practices
  • Collaborative Practice
  • Restorative Practice

Management Issues:

  • Creating a child inclusive organisation
  • Clinical Supervision: What is needed to support new learning and complex cases
  • The timing of child inclusive interventions

Legislative context

  • The ALRC Family Law Review
  • Hague Convention and what it means in our work
  • Child inclusive approaches within Legal Aid and Family Courts

Complex clinical scenarios

  • Restoration after child abuse
  • Restoration after Domestic violence
  • Gender issues in child
  • Teenagers, young adults and child inclusive mediation – methods and outcomes
  • New partners and other relevant voices

Research

  • Updates on new CIP research
  • New developmental evidence

Your proposal must include the following:

  1. Title
  2. Abstract of no more than 250 words summarising your topic
  3. Methods: what are you basing your talk on (a case, your collective experience, data)? if your paper is data based, include details of the sample, measures results. If it concerns a case, ensure all identifying details are removed.
  4. Intended contribution of your paper (what is the main question or message for your audience)
  5. Your preference for a time allocation: 30 or 60 minutes
  6. Your contact details.

Submissions close Monday 3 December 2018. Applicants will be advised of acceptance in mid-December.

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Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2019

The 2019 Child Inclusive Practice (CIP) Forum Rebuilding, Restoration and Renovation, acknowledges family breakdown is not a finite concept. Reflecting this our speakers will cover wide ranging topics to enrich the practice of Child and Family Therapists, Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners, Family Law and Childhood Specialists.

The CIP Forum will be held 3-5 June 2019, at DoubleTree by Hilton Esplanade Darwin, Northern Territory.

Call for abstracts has been extended to Monday 3 December 2018. Apply now!

 

+ Abstracts

Call for Abstracts open now

This year’s Child Inclusive Practice Forum theme ‘Rebuilding, Restoration and Renovation’ acknowledges family breakdown is not a finite concept.  The relationships within a family going through separation and post separation – between parents, between parents and children, between the children themselves, will morph and change over time.  Child Inclusive Practice is the foundation for working with families during separation to ensure that children’s views and opinions are actively heard and considered.  It is intended that the Forum program will deliver an abundance of ideas and practical skills that practitioners can add to their existing ‘toolkit’.

The Forum committee invites abstracts for paper presentations from all professional domains that promote child consultation and centrally incorporate the experience of the child in their practice.  A limited number of concurrent paper presentations will be offered for a 30 or 60 minute verbal presentation (including question time).  Please consider the theme and select one of the following streams for your abstract.

Practice Developments:

  • First 1000 days
  • Cross cultural applications
  • Innovations in Child Focused Practices
  • Collaborative Practice
  • Restorative Practice

Management Issues:

  • Creating a child inclusive organisation
  • Clinical Supervision: What is needed to support new learning and complex cases
  • The timing of child inclusive interventions

Legislative context

  • The ALRC Family Law Review
  • Hague Convention and what it means in our work
  • Child inclusive approaches within Legal Aid and Family Courts

Complex clinical scenarios

  • Restoration after child abuse
  • Restoration after Domestic violence
  • Gender issues in child
  • Teenagers, young adults and child inclusive mediation – methods and outcomes
  • New partners and other relevant voices

Research

  • Updates on new CIP research
  • New developmental evidence

Your proposal must include the following:

  1. Title
  2. Abstract of no more than 250 words summarising your topic
  3. Methods: what are you basing your talk on (a case, your collective experience, data)? if your paper is data based, include details of the sample, measures results. If it concerns a case, ensure all identifying details are removed.
  4. Intended contribution of your paper (what is the main question or message for your audience)
  5. Your preference for a time allocation: 30 or 60 minutes
  6. Your contact details.

Submissions close Monday 3 December 2018. Applicants will be advised of acceptance in mid-December.

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    Key dates

    Open Call for Abstracts
    21 September 2018

    Call for Abstracts close
    Extended to 3 December 2018

    Notify Authors
    Mid-December 2018